• Explore The Keweenaw

    Where adventure falls from the sky, grows from the ground and springs from Lake Superior.

    Here is where the largest fresh waters on earth create a peninsula called the Keweenaw. Escape to Isle Royal National Park and find solitude in the pristine, remote wilderness while sharing trails with the island’s moose and wolves. Or escape into history by visiting the Keweenaw National Historic Park in Calumet, Michigan and experience the epic copper boom that built the United States by exploring an underground mine. Hike, pedal, paddle, and ride countless miles of world-class outdoor recreation trails, or listen to Lake Superior’s soothing waves as they crash along our secluded beach shores. In the Keweenaw, endless vacation discoveries await!

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